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09:52 05 November 2010

Reedham Village Bonfire Night and Fireworks 2009; Watching the firework display; Picture: James Bass; For: EDP / GYM

Reedham Village Bonfire Night and Fireworks 2009; Watching the firework display; Picture: James Bass; For: EDP / GYM

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THERE will be a range of bonfire and firework spectaculars taking place across the borough:

Tonight, November 5

Hemsby playing field, Guy Fawkes will be present alongside Harvey Hare, the Hemsby Village Festival mascot. Gates open at 5.30pm, admission charges are adults £3, children £2, and children under fives free. Punch and Judy in the village hall with Professor Jingles. Contact 01493 732442.

The Magdalen Arms, Gorleston, 6.30pm, fireworks taking place in the back garden.

Fleggburgh playing field, bonfire and fireworks with barbecue, entry is free. From 6pm.

Tomorrow, November 6

Seashore Holiday Park, Great Yarmouth, fireworks display on the beach. Gates open at 5pm, fireworks start from 6.45pm. Tickets available from Seashore reception until tomorrow, 9am-3pm, £3 per person, under fours free, in advance or £5 on the gate. Fairground rides, stalls, amusements, other food outlets, bar and more outdoor fun. Call 01493 851131 for more details.

Reedham village hall, starting 6pm with firework display at 7pm, with a barbecue and licensed bar in hall.

Sunday, November 7

Filby playing field, gates open 5pm, bonfire lit at 6pm with fireworks to follow, adults £3, children £2.

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